It's totally different from anything that we've seen in the natural world," says research scientist Vincent Zintzen of the Museum of New Zealand in Wellington.
What does MONZ stand for?
MONZ stands for Museum of New Zealand (Wellington, New Zealand)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of MONZ
- Mongolian National News Agency
- Monteursmaat (Dutch)
- Missão de Observação das Nações Unidas em Angola (United Nations Observer Mission in Angola)
- Mission de l'Organisation de Nations Unies en République Démocratique du Congo (French: United Nations Observer Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo)
- Monash University Choral Society (Australia)
- Mission de l'Organisation des Nations Unies pour la Stabilisation en République Démocratique du Congo (French: UN Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo)
- Metabolically Obese, Normal-Weight
- Mississippi Office of Nursing Workforce (nursing workforce issues research)
- Mutual of New York (Insurance - Syracuse, NY)
- Maori Organisations of New Zealand (New Zealand)
- Marcos Owners New Zealand Australia
- Maintenance Operations Officer (US Air Force)
- Marathon Infinity (computer game; oo represents infinity symbol)
- Market of Opportunities (software)
- Market on Open (investing/trading)
- Master of Orion (computer game)
- Material on Order
- Matter of Opinion
- Measure Of Outcome
- Memorandum Opinion and Order (FCC)
Samples in periodicals archive:
1997 A particularly good year for sales to public collections, which, over the years, have included National Museum Wales, the Tate Gallery, London and most recently Te Papa - the national gallery and museum of New Zealand, which purchased Spring Flowers by Sir Cedric Morris.
But Constantine and colleagues from the University of Auckland, Oregon State University and Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa may have stumbled across complete specimens while investigating a case of mistaken whale identity.
Nevada (US), Oct 26: Pataka, a leading museum of New Zealand, is currently holding "Bindi - The Indian Dot" exhibition, which will continue till November 14.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] At the opening in 1936 of the National Art Gallery, Wellington, forerunner of today's Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (Te Papa), the painter Roland Hipkins (1894-1951) pronounced: 'when art is leavened by the greatness of our forbears or reflects the lure of the English countryside and appearance of British people of the past, there is no part of the British Empire where it is more acceptable than in New Zealand--acceptable because it is British, not solely because it is art.
Next stop is the jewel in Wellington's (and possibly the nation's) crown - the Museum of New Zealand, or Te Papa "Our Place".